Found in 21 Collections and/or Records:
Covers books by SWR other than "The War at Sea".
Subjects include: anti-semitism in Nazi Germany; the trial of Adolf Eichmann; the build up to war in the 1930s.
Nuremberg: HL's draft for the opening speech by Sir Hartley Shawcross [Chief Prosecutor for Britain], 1945-11
Papers from HL's professional legal career, including articles, memoranda, Opinions, papers for the British legal team at the Nuremberg Trials, and papers relating to cases before the Permanent Court of International Justice, and after the war, its successor the International Court of Justice.
Includes: notes by Arnold McNair on 1st Lord Maugham's synopsis relating to the punishment of war criminals, 1942; issue of the booklet "These 21", a collection of reports on the Nuremberg defendants, written by Allan Dreyfuss for The Stars and Stripes; press cutting from the Times on the sentences.
HL's manuscript draft of the closing speech which he wrote for Sir Hartley Shawcross, Chief Prosecutor for Britain at Nuremberg, with annotated typescript copies of that and of his draft for Shawcross's opening speech. Includes a later copy of the typescripts with further annotations, presumably by Sir Elihu Lauterpacht, for publication purposes.
Memorandum written by HL for the Committee on Crimes against International Public Order.
Papers and correspondence with the FEPOW Organisation, on a compensation claim made against Japan, as part of the Japanese peace treaty being debated in Parliament, including a petition sent to MPs by former prisoners of war, their next of kin, and electors from JA's constituency.
Papers comprising diaries, correspondence, speeches, articles, personal papers, press cuttings and photographs.
With press cuttings relating to his father, William Thompson Fyfe, 1906-7.
The programme comprises transcripts of interviews with senior diplomats.
Copy of Hansard including the debate on the Second Reading of the bill and a legal note on the practical difficulties of prosecuting war criminals.